Hello, Jordan here! While in quarantine I feel like my hair has been deprived of moisture and it has been feeling very dry lately. I currently have my hair in not so mini twists and my ends need some hydration. Throughout my years of transitioning and big chopping, I've come to the realization that moisture plays a huge part in hair growth and length retention. Deep conditioning is vital for hydration and moisture and it is important to understand how to properly moisturize and maintain moisture as a curly natural. Here are five tips and tricks I have picked up on how to master your curl's moisture. I will also be making sure to get my hair's hydration level up by using these all time favorite tips as well!
Hi everyone! I’m Jordan and I figured I’d start this page off by sharing my hair story. I started my natural hair journey in high school, transitioning from 6 years of relaxed hair. Yes, I had my hair relaxed when I was 11 years old because my mom couldn't handle the thickness of my hair. Throughout the years having relaxed hair, although my hair grew because I could see new growth, I couldn’t see any growth. My hair was stuck at armpit length! So I decided to go natural. It seemed like a trend at the time so I said, "Why the heck not?". I transitioned for one year before big chopping. However, while transitioning I would flat iron my new growth so it blended with my relaxed hair, without using heat protectant. 😬 Yikes, I know. So when I big chopped I had a LOT of damage. I didn’t know this though, I was too excited. I styled my hair as usual, enjoying my natural, unbeknown to me, damaged hair.